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Ashiatsu Massage Floor Class Overview: This approach to Ashiatsu massage technique removes the limitation of overhead bars making it office, house-call and mobile call friendly. You can choose to either use the new Ashiatsu Massage Floor Bars or stools. The routine is the same as the Ashiatsu Massage Bar course.  And course includes a manual and DVD.

The client is placed on a floor mat with a face cradle.  The therapist performs the massage either using Floor Bars or a stool for balance. This barefoot massage modality applies deep tissue massage strokes to the clients posterior and anterior body. Barefoot Masters® developed this massage modality to save the hands of massage therapists.

The client can not tell if you are using your hands or your feet. Ashiatsu massage brings about a relaxed state that lasts for hours after a massage service. Clients don’t walk out of a session – they float out.

Ashiatsu Massage Floor Class Overview:

Day 1

History of Ashiatsu

Contraindications and Benefits of Ashiatsu Massage

Hands-on Application of Basic One-footed Ashiatsu Massage Routine

Foot Care and Exercise

Day 2

Practice of Entire Ashiatsu Massage Routine

Marketing of Ashiatsu Massage

Certification with 20 Continuing Education Hours

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What to bring to Class:

This will depend on location. For Naples, FL classes, the mats, face cradles and linens are provided.  You will want to wear a comfortable tank top and stretchy capris. Have a professional pedicure and any snacks you might want. Water is provided and there is a lunch break between 12 pm and 1 pm.

For classes out of town, you will need to bring mats, face cradle of massage table and linens.

This class is contraindicated for those who are or may be pregnant.

This course is also available for home study or 24/7 online.

This course is NCBTMB (National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork) approved # 403532-00. Accepted by AMTA (American Massage Therapy Association) ABMP (Associated Bodyworker and Massage Professionals) and FSMTA (Florida State Massage Therapy Association)